She is under attack and this time, the long knives are wielded by members of her own clan. Suddenly, after two years of indulging Clinton's blame games and pity parties, lefty pundits say she's talking too much, she's stuck in the past, she had her chance and she blew it.
Vanity Fair, declaring that she "still hasn't learned the lessons of #MeToo," is furious that Clinton said her husband's Oval Office dalliance with Monica Lewinsky was not an abuse of power because the 22-year-old intern "was an adult."
Politico flatly declared Clinton a "problem" who won't go away and fretted that Democrats "don't know what to do" about her.
A New York Times columnist, noting that Clinton is a font of gaffes and a focus for Republicans, accused her of "moral arrogance" and wrote that "someone needs to perform an intervention."
The passions are real and the imagery colorful. Imagine an intervention where a pink pussy-hat posse forces Clinton into a van and drives her to a remote cabin in the woods to keep her from talking.